• PCOS increases likelihood of eating, sleeping disorders

    4 monthes ago - By Healio

    Women with polycystic ovary syndrome are more likely to have an eating or sleeping disorder and report decreased sexual satisfaction than those without PCOS, according to a meta-analysis of studies published in Clinical Endocrinology.
    “While there continues to be significant focus on the metabolic complications of PCOS, the prevalence of psychiatric comorbidities that impact every aspect of female functioning including sleep, relationship with food as well as sexual function are often overlooked,” Asma Javed Chattha, MD, MBBS, a consultant in the department of pediatric and
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